Yakima, WA has been witness to the evolution of this artist's extensive music career for years now. Yakima's hometown hero, M-Status, is absolutely flourishing and at the top of his game. He recently released the music video for his hit song "I Wanna Love Ya", filmed by the insanely talented Stevan Chase. The visuals depict a laid back summer party while the song gives listeners that feel good music that M-Status fans know and love. This music video also features cameos from local radio personalities Blaze, Reesha and one of the Northwest's biggest superstars, Sir Mix-A-Lot. If you're from the Yakima Valley there's a strong possibility that you have already heard this song because it has been in rotation for weeks on Yakima's very own HOT 99.7 KHHK.
Apart from this music video, M-Status just celebrated the release of his latest album "Right Where I Need To Be" along with a release party that took place at Johnny's On The Ave in Yakima. Every release and move made by this talented artist has been a tremendous stepping stone in the right direction. There's no doubt in anybody's mind that M-Status is right where he needs to be and we all look forward to seeing what he has in store next.
Make sure you go stream his new album, follow him on his social media platforms and watch the music video for "I Wanna Love Ya", all posted below. You can not afford to miss this hilarious skit with Sir Mix-A-Lot.
Central Washington certainly has a special way of breeding talent. Selah native Leviticuss teams up with local frontman Chase Craig as they release one of the best country hip-hop songs that we have heard in a while. The single is called "Farm We Go" and it highlights the feeling of wanting to be in nature and away from society rather than the typical partying lifestyle. Chase Craig, the lead singer of Chase Craig Band, compliments the song very well with his raspy vocals paired with such a catchy chorus.
If Leviticuss was to reinvent his image and dive head first into a new sub genre of hip-hop, this was definitely the song to do it with. It's remarkable to watch his journey as he is constantly evolving and keeping his ever growing audience on it's toes. The music video, filmed by 3Mil Media, features a few scenes from steer roping on a local ranch to having some off-road fun in the mountains. This new sound from Leviticuss is definitely making his listeners want more.
If live music is more your thing, you can catch Leviticuss performing along side Mike Jones at The Pastime located in his home town of Selah, WA on August 28th. Until then, make sure to watch the music video for "Farm We Go" below, stream the song on your favorite music streaming service and go follow these talented artists on social media.
Olympia, WA hip-hop artist Muddy G reaches out to Selah's very own Coaster to feature him on a newly released song called "Blessed". This is the first time we've heard Coaster since December 2020 when he released the festive and comically witty single "Santa Claus". The music video showcased Coaster rapping over an upbeat Christmas instrumental all while dressed in a Santa suit, white beard and all. Coaster plans to release a new album this year.
On the other side of the mountains, Muddy G has had one of his busiest years making tons of music and collaborating with big name artists like Whitney Peyton, Melissa Marie and Kelsey Lynn. If you're not familiar with this rapper's back story, just know he's a walking miracle. Muddy G was diagnosed with brain cancer when he was just 10 years old and has had a total of three surgeries. He had a stroke, went through radiation and he even had to re-learn how to walk. This guy is the definition of never giving up! Check out the new song "Blessed" and be sure to follow Muddy G and Coaster on their social media outlets posted below.